Snake Oil Talk: Rattling Gears – OSINT and Recon Automation that Actually Works
December 6 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
In the areas of offensive and defensive security, valuable information and insights derived from OSINT and reconnaissance can be the backbone of success. But gathering the needed data is not easy, it demands immense effort. In this talk I want to share some insights on how you can develop capabilities to automate a lot of the work involved in data collection. With the power of automation, it is possible to free up valuable time for in-depth intelligence analysis.
Because both the information gathered from these sources and the skills to access them are highly valued in todays connected world, there has been an explosion of vendors, blog posts, rankings and onliners, that promise to be the holy grail.
This talk aims to present my learnings from all my countless tries, successes and most important: failures to automate different tasks and workflows in OSINT, Recon and cybersecurity in general. We will look at methods, ideas, tools, vendors and try to map out a low cost route to success.
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Paul loves all things cybersecurity and hacking. He loves to work in the areas of OSINT, Recon, and CTI for offensive purposes. While he likes to uncover hidden secrets, discover forgotten infrastructure, and look at fancy charts, he loves when all those things are created by automation tools. And building them is one of his many passions.
He often works with OSINT and tries to strengthen defenses based on threat actors’ behavior and techniques. He enjoys learning from others and sharing his knowledge.
Outside the infosec world, he has an interest in sports, watch repair, and adding to his pile of unfinished projects, languages, and skills he tried to learn or build.